SNES: The proof of the pudding: SenesTech will provide Washington DC with 4,500 tanks of ContraPest following completion of a four month study.


By Ian Gilson, PhD, CFA



Following the completion of a four month study of the effectiveness of ContraPest, there is no longer any doubt that ContraPest is an effective treatment for rat control.

The District of Columbia will dramatically increase the use of the contraceptive to counteract the reopening of eateries and the use of public spaces to consume food. The four month study using videography showed a decline from 51% to 88% in rat population where ContraPest was deployed.

The closure of restaurants had caused rats to migrate away from eating sites to find food and now that restaurants are beginning to reopen we would expect the rats to move back to the traditional sites. It is critical that the migration is interrupted before an infestation occurs.

SenesTech SNES will supply DC with about 4,500 tanks of active ingredient to Pestmaster Services, a local pest management company, for storage and deployment at no cost to Washington, DC, (DC will pay for the deployment).

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